On January 27th, two groups of the Drawing workshop of the School of Arts and Crafts visited the Luis de Ajuria room, located in the Plaza de los Fueros in our capital city of Alava. There, we were able to enjoy the impressive work of Eduardo Sanchez. We found hyperrealistic drawings made with black bic pen. What we found most interesting was to be able to see up close the wefts he used to give volume through chiaroscuro. Since, in this same space of time, in the class we were working on this same theme of the wefts. I leave you images of the exhibition and links to learn more about the work of this artist.